Building off of Accounting 1, this course covers the basics of a double entry accounting system. Topics include assets, liabilities, owner’s equity, debits and credits, journal entries, ledger accounts, posting, balancing accounts, preparing a trial balance, and preparing payroll. Prerequisite: Accounting 1.
This hands-on course covers the core competencies of organizational and technical support for medical computer software records, the type used in a healthcare facility. Course topics include medical record content and format, techniques for filing, maintenance and acquisition of health information, and processes of collecting, computing, analyzing, interpreting, and presenting data related to healthcare services, all of which is done with EHR computer software. Prerequisites: Basic computer skills and knowledge of medical terminology. The price of this course does not include a book fee of $108.00.
This course is for you whether you're completely new to Microsoft Office or are just looking to refresh your skills for a potential job. Basic computer terminology is covered. Students will become familiar with Word, Excel and PowerPoint, sending and receiving attachments through email and challenges to practice what you've learned.
Building from Accounting 2, this course teaches students about the use of special journals, uncollectible accounts receivables, plant assets and depreciation, inventory, notes and interest, accrued revenue and expenses, distribution of dividends, preparing worksheets, financial statements, and end of fiscal period entries for a corporation. Same textbook used from Accounting 1 and 2. Prerequisite: Accounting 2 and a basic computer course (or familiarity with computers).